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What is a webinar?

What is a webinar?

A webinar is a live and interactive lecture or discussion in whch you can listen to the speakers and view slides or other materials. All this is done from the comfort of your own office or home so there is no wasted travel time or costs.

You can choose to listen using your PC or a telephone. Instructions on how to join the webinar and what you need will be emailed to you on registration.

As a webinar is presented live - and you can interact with the presenters - it can count towards your 4 hours of accredited CPD required each year in place of travelling to and attending a public course.

NOTE: Only paid subscribers to the Family Law Hub can claim CPD for attending a webinar. You can register for a webinar before subscribing but you will need to subscribe before the event to make sure you can claim your hours.


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